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Pacific Possible : long-term economic opportunities and challenges for Pacific Island Countries (Inglês)

Pacific Possible is a program of research and dialogue focusing on long term economic growth perspectives of Pacific Island Countries. It analyzes the major transformational economic opportunities and challenges which include tourism, labor mobility, ICT, oceanic tuna fisheries, deep sea minerals, climate change and natural disasters, and non-communicable diseases. This report summarizes and synthesizes research undertaken on these topics. Detailed background papers on these topics are also available as part of the Pacific Possible series.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2017/08/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    ACS22308

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    PNG & PI,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2017/08/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Pacific Possible : long-term economic opportunities and challenges for Pacific Island Countries

  • Palavras-chave

    cost of adaptation to climate change;implementation of climate adaptation measures;climate change and disaster risk;economic impact of climate change;information and communication technology;per capita income;disaster risk management;impact on poverty;Exposure to External Shocks;improvement in tax policy;real per capita revenue;per capita income growth;liquefied natural gas;Oil & Gas;Oil and Gas;deep sea mining;cost of production;standard of living;access and connectivity;public consultation process;privileges and immunity;formal sector employment;gross national income;domestic labor market;global value chain;coastal fishing communities;equitable tax system;economic growth performance;impact of mine;public health expenditure;fiber optic cable;spread of knowledge;technical advisory body;number of tourists;fast economic growth;business process outsourcing;natural resource rent;climate change scenario;implementation of reform;accelerated economic growth;source of financing;human development outcome;direct economic impact;climate change impact;source of employment;net economic benefit;supervision and guidance;round of consultations;sea level rise;world health organization;Social Protection;natural disaster;labor mobility;Fisheries;noncommunicable diseases;climate finance;capacity constraint;higher growth;government revenue;Public Services;reform effort;middle class;development partner;permanent migration;tourist arrival;employment opportunities;research institution;research institutions;technological progress;employment opportunity;tuna fishery;Natural Resources;tourism sector;additional revenue;knowledge gap;coastal adaptation;access fee;improved connectivity;permanent migrants;weather condition;valuable fish;tropical cyclone;flexible access;Labour Mobility;positive impact;natural hazard;increased income;geographic dispersion;copyright owner;fish stock;high vulnerability;overseas employment;adaptation requirements;sea-level rise;foreign fleets;loss reduction;food fish;vessel day;coastal communities;access right;climate scenario;macroeconomic impact;quantitative assessment;high sea;catch limits;administrative support;productivity gap;ensuring compliance;knowledge process;industrial design;communication strategy;penetration rate;logistical support;broadening participation;cruise ship;volcanic activity;commercial purpose;luxury resort;common goals;original work;aggregate projections;outreach activity;sole responsibility;migrant labor;regional stakeholder;demographic change;Agricultural Technology;economic prosperity;construction sector;managerial skill;adequate investment;supply chain;tobacco consumption;specific issue;seasonal worker;fiscal surplus;catch level;indirect impact;tax base;fishery resource;Population Growth;reform requirements;exploration permit;retrofit option;institutional environment;relative change;civil society;baseline expenditure;deep uncertainty;fishery development;business environment;international market;technological change;demographic development;external developments;crop yield;coastal fishery;migration pattern;unhealthy food;preventive measure;health budget;resource requirements;financial resource;political capital;land reform;regional cooperation;increased revenue;infrastructure funding;increased morbidity;disaster resilience;income rise;increasing rate;alternative development;stakeholder consultation;job growth;exploitation license;open access;pooled procurement;excise duty;Tobacco Control;skill development;capacity demand;

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